|Self-Diffusion of Iron in L10 FePd films Upon He-irradiation (alternative title: An alternative for diffusion studies in isotopic FePd multilayers) - D. G. Merkel, L Bottyán, F. Tanczikó, Sz. Sajti, M. Major, A Kovács, Cs. Fetzer, R. Rüffer, S. Stankov|
The continuous need towards improving the capacity of magnetic storage devices requires materials with strong perpendicular magnetic anisotropy. FePd, CoPd and their Co(Fe)Pt counterparts very attractive candidate for such purposes. The magnetic properties of these films are largely dependent on the orientation and local distribution of the L10 FePd phase fraction which are mainly controlled by diffusion processes and involve diffusion paths of a few angstroms...
Keywords: Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy; FePd
|Validating Lidar Depolorization Calibration using Solar Radiation Scattered by Ice Clouds - Liu, Zhao-Yang|
This letter proposes the use of solar background radiation scattered by ice clouds for validating space lidar depolarization calibration. The method takes advantage of the fact that the background light scattered by ice clouds is almost entirely unpolarized. The theory is examined with Cloud Physics Lidar (CPL) background light measurements.
Keywords: ANISOTROPY; MAGNETIC TAPES; PARTICLES; MAGNETIZATION
|Implementation of Two-Dimensional Polycrystalline Grains in Object Oriented Micromagnetic Framework (Volume 114) - Lau, J. W.|
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Keywords: micromagnetics; exchange coupling; magnetocrystalline anisotropy
|Self-Diffusion of Iron in L10 FePd film - as revealed by reflectometric methods - D. G. Merkel, L. Bottyán, Sz. Sajti, F. Tanczikó, M. Major, Cs. Fetzer, A kovács, A. Rühm, J. Major|
This work reports on the determination of activation energies (Q) and preexponent factors (D0) for the distinct environment in the FePd samples.
Keywords: FePd; diffusion; perpendicular magnetic anisotropy
|Mathematical model for predicting anisotropic effects in plasticity - Langner, Carl Gottlieb|
Keywords: Plasticity; Anisotropy; Strains and stresses
|The impedance of a cylindrical dipole in a homogeneous anisotropic ionosphere scientific report no. 1 - Katzin, J. C.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: ANISOTROPY; CYLINDRICAL BODIES; HOMOGENEITY; IMPEDANCE; MAGNETIC PROPERTIES
|Electromagnetic scattering of an anisotropically coated tubular cylinder. - Yu, Chen-Kuo.|
Dissertation supervisor, Hung-Mou Lee
Keywords: ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING; BACKSCATTERING; ANISOTROPY; ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE
|Ferrites - J. Smit & H.P.J. Wijn|
J. Smit & H.P.J. Wijn Ferrites Philips Technical Library 1959 Acrobat 7 Pdf 13.9 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option
Keywords: Magnetic Field; Ferromagnetism; Ferrimagnetism; Spinel; Anisotropy; Hysteresis
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|Anisotropic reaction kinetics of oxygen with pyrolytic graphite (Volume 74A) - Horton, William S.|
Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards
Keywords: Chemical anisotropy; chemisorption; oxidation; pyrolytic graphite
|PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GIANT PLANETS - NON|
INFORMATION ABOUT THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE ATMOSPHERES AND THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE GIANT PLANETS (JUPITER, SATURN, URANUS, AND NEPTUNE) IS PRESENTED. THIS INFORMATION IS BASED MAINLY ON THE DATA OF ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS AND IN PART ON THEORETICAL CALCULATIONS. ALL THE DATA ARE PRESENTED IN THE FORM OF TABLES AND GRAPHS, ACCOMPAINED ONLY BY SHORT EXPLANATIONS. AN EXTENSIVE GUIDE TO THE LITERATURE ON THE GIANT PLANETS IS ALSO PRESENTED, INCLUDING MAINLY PAPERS PUBLISHED DURING THE...
Keywords: ANISOTROPY; BACKGROUND RADIATION; BOLOMETERS; COSMOLOGY; RELATIVISTIC VELOCITY
|Geomagnetic Cutoff Rigidity Computer Program: Theory, Software Description and Example - Smart, D. F.|
The access of charged particles to the earth from space through the geomagnetic field has been of interest since the discovery of the cosmic radiation. The early cosmic ray measurements found that cosmic ray intensity was ordered by the magnetic latitude and the concept of cutoff rigidity was developed. The pioneering work of Stoermer resulted in the theory of particle motion in the geomagnetic field, but the fundamental mathematical equations developed have 'no solution in closed form'...
Keywords: ANISOTROPIC PLATES; ANISOTROPY; BUCKLING; LAMINATES; THERMAL EXPANSION
|Topological features of hot carrier induced anisotropic breakdown on silicon diode surfaces (Volume 73A) - Harman, George G.|
Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards
Keywords: Anisotropy; crystallographic orientation; hot carriers; semiconductor breakdown; silicon diodes
|A Critical Review on Buckling and PostBuckling Analysis of Composite Structures|
Main buckling and post-buckling analysis methods for composite structures are presented, along with the discussion on their potential challenges in handling the accuracy of prediction. Common buckling and post-buckling behaviors of composite structures are described, and thecapabilities of corresponding analysis techniques are reviewed. Compared with the structures made of metals, the anisotropy of composite materials is one of the key difference which could be considered in constituti...
Keywords: Composite Structures; Buckling; Post-Buckling; Structural Analysis; Shell Structures; Anisotropy
|BSTJ 57: 2. February 1978: Papers by Bell Laboratories Authors.|
Bell System Technical Journal, 57: 2. February 1978 pp 475-477. Papers by Bell Laboratories Authors.
Keywords: ieee; raman; electron; dielectric; waveguide; tunable; anisotropy; conduction; electronic; solid
|BSTJ 16: 2. April 1937: Abstracts of Technical Papers from Bell System Sources.|
Bell System Technical Journal, 16: 2. April 1937 pp 247-248. Abstracts of Technical Papers from Bell System Sources.
Keywords: anisotropy; positions; magnetization; cochlea; measurement; stimulation; torque; calculated; machine; ferromagnetic
|Semi-analytical evaluation of the scattering source term in discrete-ordinates transport calculations - Risner, Joel Mark.|
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: Scattering (Physics); Numerical analysis--Computer programs; Transport theory; Anisotropy
|Effect of the Human Eye Cornea Material Property on Measurement of the Intraocular Eye Pressure Utilizing Goldmann Applanation Tonometer|
A quarter 3D model of cornea-aqueous humoremploying elastic anisotropic formulation in collaborationwith Goldmann appalanation tonometer (GAT) action isinvestigated in order to examine the relation between thematerial property variation and the deviation from the truepressure inside the human eye utilizing finite elementmethod. In addition to that, the effect of the corneal thicknessvariation has also been studied...
Keywords: intraocular pressure; tonometer; corneal thickness; anisotropy; finite element method
|An Introduction to Hamiltonian Optics - H.A. Buchdahl|
H.A. Buchdahl An Introduction to Hamiltonian Optics Cambridge University Press 1970 Acrobat 7 Pdf 13.8 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option
Keywords: Physics; Optics; Sine Condition; Abberations; Anisotropy; Concentric Systems
|Assimilation of ozone profiles from the Improved Limb Atmospheric Spectrometer - Stajner, Ivanka|
Ozone data from the Improved Limb Atmospheric Spectrometer-II (ILAS-II) were included in addition to other satellite observations in the ozone assimilation system at the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO) of NASA/Goddard. The control run assimilated data from NOAA 16 Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet/2 (SBUV/2) and Polar Ozone and Aerosol Measurement III (POAM III) instruments. Persistent impacts over Antarctica and transient impacts over northern middle and high latitudes are seen from ...
Keywords: MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE; ANISOTROPY; MICROWAVES; IONIZING RADIATION; LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS; RADIATION EFFECTS; POSEIDON SATELLITE; TDR SATELLITES; TOPEX
|BSTJ 32: 5. September 1953: Abstracts of Bell System Technical Papers Not Published in this Journal.|
Bell System Technical Journal, 32: 5. September 1953 pp 1257-1265. Abstracts of Bell System Technical Papers Not Published in this Journal.
Keywords: bell; telephone; anisotropy; magnetic; magnetostriction; frequency; technical; abstracts; exchange; frequencies; crystal anisotropy; bell telephone; western electric; bell system; quantum yield; technical articles; system technical
|Polarization effects on fluorescence measurements (Volume 79A) - Cehelnik, E.D.|
Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards
Keywords: Emission anisotropy; fluorescence; fluorescence quantum yield; fluorescence standards; fluorimetry; polarization; spectrofluorimetry; viewing angle
|NASA/University JOint VEnture (JOVE) Program: Transverse Shear Moduli Using the Torsional Responses of Rectangular Laminates - Bogan, Sa|
The first year included a study of the non-visible damage of composite overwrapped pressure vessels with B. Poe of the Materials Branch of Nasa-Langley. Early determinations showed a clear reduction in non-visible damage for thin COPVs when partially pressurized rather than unpressurized. Literature searches on Thicker-wall COPVs revealed surface damage but clearly visible. Analysis of current Analytic modeling indicated that that current COPV models lacked sufficient thickness corrections to pr...
Keywords: MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC STABILITY; TURBULENCE; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; CRAY COMPUTERS; PROGRAM VERIFICATION (COMPUTERS); FLOW DISTRIBUTION; ANISOTROPY; REYNOLDS NUMBER
|Aerospace Systems Design in NASA's Collaborative Engineering Environment - Monell, Donald W.|
Past designs of complex aerospace systems involved an environment consisting of collocated design teams with project managers, technical discipline experts, and other experts (e.g. manufacturing and systems operations). These experts were generally qualified only on the basis of past design experience and typically had access to a limited set of integrated analysis tools. These environments provided less than desirable design fidelity, often lead to the inability of assessing critical programmat...
Keywords: UNSTRUCTURED GRIDS (MATHEMATICS); UPWIND SCHEMES (MATHEMATICS); ERROR ANALYSIS; ANISOTROPY; COMPRESSIBLE FLOW; GAS DYNAMICS; SCALARS; ALIGNMENT
|Determination of neutron spectra in a coupled graphite-heavy water reactor - Casali, F|
Group theory for neutron spectra analysis in coupled graphite-heavy water reactor
Keywords: ANISOTROPY; PROPELLER BLADES; ROTORS; STABILITY; DAMPING; MODULUS OF ELASTICITY; MOMENTS OF INERTIA; OSCILLATIONS
|MAGNETIC AND IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES: COLLECTED ARTICLES PERTAINING TO SECTIONS 3 AND 5 OF THE IGY PROGRAM (GEOMAGNETISM AND EARTH CURRENTS, IONOSPHERE) - NON|
DURING THE FIFTH ASSEMBLY OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL YEAR, CONVENED IN JULY - AUGUST, 1958, IN MOSCOW, SEVERAL SYMPOSIA WERE HELD IN DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES OF THE IGY PROGRAM. ON AUGUST 7, 1958, A SYMPOSIUM ON GEOMAGNETIC AND IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES WAS HELD. AT THAT SYMPOSIUM, 18 REPORTS WERE READ BY SOVIET AND FOREIGN SCIENTISTS. THIS BOOKLET PRESENTS 12 REPORTS OF SOVIET SCIENTISTS, SOMEWHAT ABBREVIATED FOR PRINT...
Keywords: AVIONICS; SPACECRAFT DESIGN; MISSION PLANNING; ANISOTROPY; EXPLORER SATELLITES; MODULARITY; SPACE FLIGHT; MICROWAVE PROBES; COSTS
|Space flight operations memorandum - Ranger 1 - Johnson, M. S|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: FISSION PRODUCTS; NEUTRON EMISSION; NUCLEAR FISSION; ANISOTROPY; GAMMA RAYS; KINETIC ENERGY; NEUTRONS
|Mathematical Modeling of Food Supply for Long Term Space Missions Using Advanced Life Support - Cruthirds, John E|
A habitat for long duration missions which utilizes Advanced Life Support (ALS), the Bioregenerative Planetary Life Support Systems Test Complex (BIO-Plex), is currently being built at JSC. In this system all consumables will be recycled and reused. In support of this effort, a menu is being planned utilizing ALS crops that will meet nutritional and psychological requirements. The need exists in the food system to identify specific physical quantities that define life support systems from an ana...
Keywords: TRANSPORT THEORY; SCATTERING; FLUX (RATE); LINEAR SYSTEMS; ALGORITHMS; ITERATION; DEFECTS; ANISOTROPY
|Efficient algorithms for dilated mappings of binary trees - Iqbal, M. Ashra|
The problem is addressed to find a 1-1 mapping of the vertices of a binary tree onto those of a target binary tree such that the son of a node on the first binary tree is mapped onto a descendent of the image of that node in the second binary tree. There are two natural measures of the cost of this mapping, namely the dilation cost, i.e., the maximum distance in the target binary tree between the images of vertices that are adjacent in the original tree...
Keywords: BARS; DELAMINATING; FINITE ELEMENT METHOD; SANDWICH STRUCTURES; STRESS CONCENTRATION; ANISOTROPY; ASPECT RATIO; ELASTIC PROPERTIES; FAILURE ANALYSIS
|Stagnation Point Nonequilibrium Radiative Heating and the Influence of Energy Exchange Models - Hartung, Lin C.|
A nonequilibrium radiative heating prediction method has been used to evaluate several energy exchange models used in nonequilibrium computational fluid dynamics methods. The radiative heating measurements from the FIRE II flight experiment supply an experimental benchmark against which different formulations for these exchange models can be judged. The models which predict the lowest radiative heating are found to give the best agreement with the flight data...
Keywords: ULTRASONIC RADIATION; TRANSVERSE WAVES; GRAPHITE-EPOXY COMPOSITES; ANISOTROPY; COEFFICIENTS; NONLINEARITY; SOLIDS
|Summary of Work for Joint Research Interchanges with DARWIN Integrated Product Team 1998 - Hesselink, Lambertu|
The intent of Stanford University's SciVis group is to develop technologies that enabled comparative analysis and visualization techniques for simulated and experimental flow fields. These techniques would then be made available under the Joint Research Interchange for potential injection into the DARWIN Workspace Environment (DWE). In the past, we have focused on techniques that exploited feature based comparisons such as shock and vortex extractions...
Keywords: BUCKLING; ANISOTROPY; CIRCULAR CYLINDERS; DESIGN ANALYSIS; STIFFENING; AXIAL STRAIN; GENETIC ALGORITHMS; MEMBRANES; OPTIMIZATION; RAYLEIGH-RITZ METHOD
|High Speed PC Based Data Acquisition and Instrumentation for Measurement of Simulated Low Earth Orbit Thermally Induced Disturbances - Sills, Joel W., Jr|
The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) Disturbance Verification Test (DVT) was conducted to characterize responses of the Observatory's new set of rigid solar array's (SA3) to thermally induced 'creak' or stiction releases. The data acquired in the DVT were used in verification of the HST Pointing Control System on-orbit performance, post-Servicing Mission 3B (SM3B). The test simulated the on-orbit environment on a deployed SA3 flight wing...
Keywords: COMPOSITE STRUCTURES; BUCKLING; COMPRESSION LOADS; METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES; TRANSVERSE LOADS; CURVED PANELS; NONLINEAR SYSTEMS; ANISOTROPY; LAMINATES
|Rayleigh Scattering Diagnostics Workshop - NON|
The Rayleigh Scattering Diagnostics Workshop was held July 25-26, 1995 at the NASA Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The purpose of the workshop was to foster timely exchange of information and expertise acquired by researchers and users of laser based Rayleigh scattering diagnostics for aerospace flow facilities and other applications. This Conference Publication includes the 12 technical presentations and transcriptions of the two panel discussions...
Keywords: BUCKLING; ANISOTROPIC PLATES; LOADS (FORCES); GRAPHITE-EPOXY COMPOSITES; ANISOTROPY; STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS; LAMINATES; BENDING
|Robust Stabilization of Uncertain Systems Based on Energy Dissipation Concepts - Gupta, Sandee|
Robust stability conditions obtained through generalization of the notion of energy dissipation in physical systems are discussed in this report. Linear time-invariant (LTI) systems which dissipate energy corresponding to quadratic power functions are characterized in the time-domain and the frequency-domain, in terms of linear matrix inequalities (LMls) and algebraic Riccati equations (ARE's). A novel characterization of strictly dissipative LTI systems is introduced in this report...
Keywords: COSMIC RAYS; BACKGROUND RADIATION; ANISOTROPY; COSMIC DUST; FREQUENCIES; MICROWAVES; MULTIPOLES; SPECTRA
|A Contingency in the Rosetta Reaction Control System: Alternative Cruise Trajectory Strategies to Cope with Degraded Delta-V Resources - Bauske, Rainer|
Since August 2006 a pressure transducer of the Rosetta Reaction Control System (RCS) shows anomalous telemetries indicating a possible leak in a pressurant line. The future operation mode of the RCS may be affected by this problem, resulting in performance degradation. The current propellant budget and its future evolution are evaluated to show the possible states w.r.t. the required mission delta-V...
Keywords: TRAVELING WAVE TUBES; AUGMENTATION; ELECTRIC FIELDS; DIELECTRICS; CIRCUITS; PERMITTIVITY; WAVE PROPAGATION; ANISOTROPY; ISOTROPY; CONDUCTIVITY
|Earth Observatory Satellite system definition study. Report no. 3: Design/cost tradeoff studies - NON|
The key issues in the Earth Observatory Satellite (EOS) program which are subject to configuration study and tradeoff are identified. The issue of a combined operational and research and development program is considered. It is stated that cost and spacecraft weight are the key design variables and design options are proposed in terms of these parameters. A cost analysis of the EOS program is provided...
Keywords: EARTH MAGNETOSPHERE; MAGNETIC FIELDS; PLASMA CLOUDS; ANISOTROPY; FIELD THEORY (PHYSICS); FLUX (RATE); MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC STABILITY; PRESSURE
|Neural Dynamics Underlying Event-Related Potentials - Shah, Ankoor S.|
There are two opposing hypotheses about the brain mechanisms underlying sensory event-related potentials (ERPs). One holds that sensory ERPs are generated by phase resetting of ongoing electroencephalographic (EEG) activity, and the other that they result from signal averaging of stimulus-evoked neural responses. We tested several contrasting predictions of these hypotheses by direct intracortical analysis of neural activity in monkeys...
Keywords: MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE; ALGORITHMS; ANGULAR VELOCITY; ATTITUDE (INCLINATION); STATE ESTIMATION; SPACECRAFT INSTRUMENTS; GYROSCOPES; STAR TRACKERS
|The Effect of Pulse Shaping QPSK on Bandwidth Efficiency - Purba, Josua Bisuk Mubyarto|
This research investigates the effect of pulse shaping QPSK on bandwidth efficiency over a non-linear channel. This investigation will include software simulations and the hardware implementation. Three kinds of filters: the 5th order Butterworth filter, the 3rd order Bessel filter and the Square Root Raised Cosine filter with a roll off factor (alpha) of 0.25,0.5 and 1, have been investigated as pulse shaping filters...
Keywords: COSMOLOGY; MICROWAVES; ANISOTROPY; BACKGROUND RADIATION; RADIOMETERS; SKY SURVEYS (ASTRONOMY); AUTOCORRELATION; FREQUENCY RANGES
|Entrainment and Optical Properties of an Elevated Forest Fire Plume Transported into the Planetary Boundary Layer near Washington, D.C. - Colarco, P. R.|
Smoke and pollutants from Canadian forest fires were transported over the northeastern United States in July 2002. Lidar observations at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center show the smoke from these fires arriving in an elevated plume that was subsequently transported to the surface. Trajectory and three-dimensional model calculations confirm the origin of the smoke and show that it mixed to the surface after it was intercepted by the turbulent planetary boundary layer...
Keywords: ALGORITHMS; TELEMETRY; CALIBRATING; GYROSCOPES; SPACECRAFT INSTRUMENTS; ONBOARD EQUIPMENT; MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE; KALMAN FILTERS; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; MISALIGNMENT
|Investigation of space shuttle launch vehicle external tank nose configuration effects (model 67-OTS) in the Rockwell International 7 by 7 foot trisonic wind tunnel (IA69) - Mennell, R.|
Wind tunnel aerodynamic investigations were conducted on an 0.015-scale representation of the space shuttle launch configuration. The primary test objectives were to investigate shock wave formation and record the aerodynamic stability and control effects generated by a new external tank nose configuration (MCR 467) at a Mach number of 1.2. Schlieren photographs were taken at angles of attack of -4 deg, 0 deg, and 4 deg, beta = 0 deg with force and pressure data recorded over the alpha range of ...
Keywords: COMPTON EFFECT; PARTICLE DENSITY (CONCENTRATION); ANISOTROPY; ISOTROPY; LORENTZ TRANSFORMATIONS; NONRELATIVISTIC MECHANICS; SOLAR WIND
|Design of filters and mufflers. Case histories: Noise reduction - Davis, Don D., Jr.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: ACOUSTICS; FREQUENCIES; EPOXY RESINS; GLASS FIBERS; LAMINATES; POROSITY; ULTRASONICS; WAVE PROPAGATION; ANISOTROPY; CHARACTERIZATION
|BSTJ : Relaxation Phenomena in Ferrites (Clogston, A.M.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 34: 4 July 1955 pp 739-760. Relaxation Phenomena in Ferrites (Clogston, A.M.)
Keywords: sin; anisotropy; domain; relaxation; magnetization; width; resonance; wall; field; ferromagnetic; domain wall; system technical; bell system; relaxation phenomena; wall motion; unit volume; free energy; ferromagnetic resonance; anisotropy constant; free electrons
|BSTJ 33: 5. September 1954: Motion of Individual Domain Walls in a Nickel-Iron Ferrite. (Galt, J.K.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 33: 5. September 1954 pp 1023-1054. Motion of Individual Domain Walls in a Nickel-Iron Ferrite. (Galt, J.K.)
Keywords: domain; wall; sample; data; ferromagnetic; damping; walls; magnetization; anisotropy; velocity; movable wall; ferromagnetic resonance; domain wall; individual domain; domain walls; domain pattern; anisotropy energy; bell system; system technical; room temperature
|Destabilizing effects of visual environment motions simulating eye movements or head movements - White, Keith D.|
In the present paper, we explore effects on the human of exposure to a visual virtual environment which has been enslaved to simulate the human user's head movements or eye movements. Specifically, we have studied the capacity of our experimental subjects to maintain stable spatial orientation in the context of moving their entire visible surroundings by using the parameters of the subjects' natural movements...
Keywords: ANTIFERROMAGNETISM; HEISENBERG THEORY; MAGNONS; BOSON FIELDS; GLAUBER THEORY; GROUND STATE; MAGNETIC MOMENTS; PARTICLE SPIN; QUANTUM NUMBERS; WAVE FUNCTIONS; ANISOTROPY
|A Cryogenic, Insulating Suspension System for the High Resolution Airborne Wideband Camera (HAWC)and Submillemeter And Far Infrared Experiment (SAFIRE) Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerators (ADRs) - Voellmer, George M.|
The High Resolution Airborne Wideband Camera (HAWC) and the Submillimeter And Far Infrared Experiment (SAFIRE) will use identical Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerators (ADR) to cool their detectors to 200mK and 100mK, respectively. In order to minimize thermal loads on the salt pill, a Kevlar suspension system is used to hold it in place. An innovative, kinematic suspension system is presented. The suspension system is unique in that it consists of two parts that can be assembled and tensioned...
Keywords: MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE; ORBIT DETERMINATION; CIRCULAR ORBITS; DELTA LAUNCH VEHICLE; ERROR ANALYSIS; LUNAR GRAVITATION; SPACECRAFT TRAJECTORIES; TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS
|Some questions of the discrete control of deep-water manipulators - Onishchenko, E. L|
The use of manipulators to take geological samples and install measuring instruments on the ocean floor is discussed. Methods of performing complex operations using a manipulator connected by cable to the command element are presented.
Keywords: ELASTIC PROPERTIES; POTASSIUM CHLORIDES; SINGLE CRYSTALS; SODIUM CHLORIDES; TEMPERATURE EFFECTS; ANISOTROPY; POISSON RATIO; SPECIFIC HEAT; ULTRASONIC RADIATION
|Discovery of X-ray emissions from Jupiter - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: JET FLOW; PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION; STATIC PRESSURE; TURBULENT MIXING; VARIATIONS; ANISOTROPY; HOT-WIRE ANEMOMETERS; INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW; PRESSURE SENSORS
|Trace Element Geochemistry of Martian Iddingsite in the Lafayette Meteorite - Treiman, Allan H.|
The Lafayette meteorite contains abundant iddingsite, a fine-grained intergrowth of smectite clay, ferrihydrite, and ionic salt minerals. Both the meteorite and iddingsite formed on Mars. Samples of iddingsite, olivine, and augite pyroxene were extracted from Lafayette and analyzed for trace elements by instrumental neutron activation. Our results are comparable to independent analyses by electron and ion microbeam methods...
Keywords: VISCOELASTICITY; KERNEL FUNCTIONS; CREEP PROPERTIES; FORMALISM; THERMODYNAMICS; VISCOPLASTICITY; ANISOTROPY; ISOTROPY; TIME DEPENDENCE; MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; STRESS-STRAIN RELATIONSHIPS; MATHEMATICAL MODELS
|Grid resolution and turbulent inflow boundary condition recommendations for NPARC calculations - Georgiadis, Nicholas J.|
The effects of grid resolution and specification of turbulent inflow boundary conditions were examined using the NPARC code with the Baldwin-Lomax and Chien k-e turbulence models. Three benchmark turbulent test cases were calculated: two were wall bounded flows and the third was a compressible mixing layer. The wall bounded flows were essentially insensitive to axial grid density; however, the location of the first point off the wall had a substantial effect on flow solutions...
Keywords: ANISOTROPY; COMPRESSION LOADS; STRESS DISTRIBUTION; ELASTOSTATICS; LAMINATES; OPENINGS; RECTANGULAR PANELS; STRESS ANALYSIS; STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS; ASPECT RATIO; BOUNDARIES
|Integrated Neural Flight and Propulsion Control System - Kaneshige, John|
This paper describes an integrated neural flight and propulsion control system. which uses a neural network based approach for applying alternate sources of control power in the presence of damage or failures. Under normal operating conditions, the system utilizes conventional flight control surfaces. Neural networks are used to provide consistent handling qualities across flight conditions and for different aircraft configurations...
Keywords: GALILEO SPACECRAFT; PLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELDS; IO; ION CYCLOTRON RADIATION; IONIC WAVES; COMPRESSION WAVES; SULFUR DIOXIDES; DISSOCIATION; GROUP VELOCITY; ANISOTROPY
|Snow and Ice Applications of AVHRR in Polar Regions: Report of a Workshop - Steffen, K.|
The third symposium on Remote Sensing of Snow and Ice, organized by the International Glaciological Society, took place in Boulder, Colorado, 17-22 May 1992. As part of this meeting a total of 21 papers was presented on snow and ice applications of Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) satellite data in polar regions. Also during this meeting a NASA sponsored Workshop was held to review the status of polar surface measurements from AVHRR...
Keywords: AGGLOMERATION; ANISOTROPY; ALGORITHMS; MULTIGRID METHODS; HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER; VISCOUS FLOW; UNSTRUCTURED GRIDS (MATHEMATICS); THREE DIMENSIONAL FLOW; STRETCHING; COSTS; CONVERGENCE